Archive for November, 2012

The Web Isn’t Everywhere…Yet

The Web Isn’t Everywhere…Yet

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

It’s on our desks. It’s in our bedrooms. It’s even in our pockets. Often, it feels like the web has found its way into every part of our lives. While that may be true in some places, internet access across much of the world remains prohibitively expensive or altogether unavailable. But the landscape is quickly […]

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25 Christmas Inspired Free Fonts

25 Christmas Inspired Free Fonts

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

Hello creatives! December is officially on so the most celebrated time of the year in most countries is just a few days to go. For designers and creatives, Christmas is not just a season for giving and a moment to spend time with loved ones but also a nice opportunity for possible design projects for […]

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6 free mobile device emulators for testing your site

6 free mobile device emulators for testing your site

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

The percentage of all web usage that comes from smartphones and other mobile devices is growing, and it won’t be long before mobile internet users overtake desktop and laptop users in terms of web traffic. So it’s a cardinal sin to ignore mobile users when you’re developing a website. One of the most important things […]

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27 Inspiring Designs From Our Friends On Pinterest

27 Inspiring Designs From Our Friends On Pinterest

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

Howdy Readers! Welcome back to the 4th edition of the “Go Media Guest Pinner Gallery Showcase.” If you aren’t a fan of ours on Pinterest click this link to start following what we pin. This showcase features the best pins from our Go Media Guest Pinner Gallery, so these images are the ones that you […]

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How to get started with Sass

How to get started with Sass

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

There is one persistent problem with CSS; it doesn’t support variables. Each time you specify a color, for a block of text, or an image border, you have to repeat the hex code. When you want to change the color, you have to do so everywhere. Of course there’s the ‘replace all’ option in your […]

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Line25 Sites of the Week for November 30th 2012

Line25 Sites of the Week for November 30th 2012

| November 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from eighty3creative, Jet Cooper, Spectrum, Kait Bos and Olly. eighty3creative View the website Jet Cooper View the website Spectrum View the website Kait Bos […]

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Design Tips and Inspiration from the Work of Saul Bass

Design Tips and Inspiration from the Work of Saul Bass

| November 29, 2012 | Comments (0)

Saul Bass left his mark not just in the world of cinema but on our culture in general.  Not only did he design the unforgettable title sequences for such films as Vertigo, Psycho and Goodfellas, he came up with the logos for such companies and organizations as Geffen Records, United Airlines, the Boys and Girls […]

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You! Be Inspired! – Creative Christmas Trees

You! Be Inspired! – Creative Christmas Trees

| November 29, 2012 | Comments (0)

We’re just a few days before December and the Christmas spirit is already lingering into our doorsteps. For most part of the world, this means that it’s time to bring out Santa and the elves, the garlands, the Christmas lights and of course the celebration of Christmas wouldn’t be complete if we don’t see a […]

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How to go viral

How to go viral

| November 29, 2012 | Comments (0)

Going viral is the holy grail of advertising these days. Mom and Pop run businesses can become global names overnight with the right hashtag, video or promo. When Metro Trains — the metropolitan rail network for Melbourne, Australia — wanted to raise awareness of the inherent dangers surrounding railways they turned to advertising agency McCann […]

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Objective Driven Design (ODD)

Objective Driven Design (ODD)

| November 29, 2012 | Comments (0)

If you define design as “to devise for a specific function or end,” it’s hard to imagine designing with out intended outcome at the forefront of your mind. Yet at some point in our careers we have committed this sin. Whether it’s making decisions based on aesthetics, including “popular” website elements (I’m looking at you […]

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